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maintenance plan export

Posted on 2014-04-08
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Is there any easy way to write a query in SQL to enumerate what backup policy has been configured for all databases in an instance, i.e. backup type, schedule, and where the backup is being written too? I appreciate you can get last backup type reports, but I was more after getting copies of the actual backup plan to CSV.
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I got a link to do the same from web.. check out if this helps

http://sqlservernewbie.blogspot.in/2008/10/how-to-importexport-sql-server.html
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right click on your MP and generate a script from it
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